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... my name down too but they wanted payment so had to get money out but got Eoin to take it down for me. I should have slept but instead I was looking at hostels in Palermo and money change rates as not gonna have enough money again - so annoying! Debating whether to just use ATM or not - depending how long staying and what stuff I'm gonna do. It's more difficult when you only have a few days left in country as you don't wanna change too much or ...
... was incredibly expensive though so definitely not worth buying anything, it was actually more pricey than in Europe for the same goods.
A little further up the road we saw heaps of dogs tied to a single lamppost. It looked very out of place on such a busy shopping street but then we noticed the dog walker a couple of doors away taking a dog back to its home and its owner.
After another kilometre of walking, the road and the pavement began to ...
Anyone who has watched the musical Evitia, well this was the theme tune in my head throughout most of Buenos Aries.... it got very annoying after all of 5 minutes! Still, at least all those places mentioned in the song now have some meaning: Rio de la Plata; Florida, Calle 9 de Julio... yes, I really liked the fact that the 9th of July is Argentina Independence Day, and so every city had a street named in honour of my birthday - very nice ...
... afterwards. Kate then caught up and vommed all over our bathroom a few hours later, this is following Hannes' most creepy escapade. He followed Kate into our room and refused to leave claiming that this was his room and there was no other room for him to go into. He continued to lay on the floor so we had to get someone to remove him, Macku came to the rescue and managed to get him out the room so we shut the door and curtains. About 5 mins later we could still hear Macku outside so ...
... here i.e. not thin,
just medium and soggy in all but the edges. Had decided to try the local fave
flave, fugazetta, cheese and onion but instead of putting onion rings on top to
caramelise they had put them under the cheese so tasteless and soggy – knew I
should not even have attempted a pizza in this country having seen the doughy
monsters they usually produce!
Things improved with a sunny stroll along the far ...